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Wooden Desk Stand For Maschine JAM With Vinyl Wrist Rest
Rounik Sethi on Tue, October 4th | 0 comments
Maschine JAM, peformance and production hardware controller for Maschine and DAWs has barely been available one week and already mixingtable.com has released a special, wooden desk stand for JAM.

Peter Charlton from mixingtable.com told us he created the desk stand for Maschine JAM as he saw that NI had made the JAM to sit (and function) well with the Maschine MK I/II controllers. But he felt it didn't sit as well next to the Maschine Studio. 

Mixingtable already cater for Maschine Studio owners with beautiful wooden panels you can fit yourself. Click here for more info.

Desk stand for the Native Instruments Maschine Jam by mixingtable.com

One thing that differentiates this desk stand for the Maschine JAM from desk stands for other hardware machines is the inclusion of a wrist rest made from vinyl. A very cool idea indeed.

The desk stand is made from hardwood and Cherry plexiglass and includes a durable black vinyl padded wrist rest and 4 rubber feet. As mixingtable make everything to order estimated shipping is 3 weeks from payment.


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And how much will the Maschine JAM desk stand set you back? 99 EUR + 22 EUR for worldwide shipping.

Interested in the Maschine JAM? Here's our first-look video shot hours before it was first announced:

 

 

 

Maschine JAM desk stand: http://www.mixingtable.com/jam

More about Maschine Studio wooden panels here.

Read our review of Maschine JAM here.

Stay tuned for a video course on Maschine JAM in the AskAudio Academy.

 

 

 

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